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By popular request! The now traditional BlueHackers BoF.
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== What ==
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[http://bluehackers.org BlueHackers] started late 2008... for anyone dealing (directly or indirectly) with depression, anxiety, bipolar, and related matters.
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You may have seen a little blue BlueHackers sticker on a laptop, which quietly shows your support... it tells people they're not alone. It's simple, and it really makes a difference.
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During the year, useful information and articles get posted on the [http://bluehackers.org BlueHackers.org] website.
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And at conferences, we often have a BoF. Some people may wish to hop up to the front and tell something, just for a few minutes. Others may just want to sit in the back and listen.
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We're not professionals. We're just fellow human beings.
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This is not therapy or anything like that. But it helps.
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== When ==
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Wednesday afternoon in the tea break (3pm-3:40pm)
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== Where ==
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For simplicity (and proximity to the tea & munchies) I suggest the key lecture theatre.
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Keep an eye on the main BoF page for the allocated room location.
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== Who ==
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* Arjen Lentz - catch him around the conference
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* you!
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* ...
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* others - you don't '''have''' to sign up here to come along, but it's an option.
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